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Richard W. Hamming Annual Faculty Award Honorees

Richard W. Hamming Annual Faculty Award Honorees

The Richard W. Hamming Faculty Awards honor Naval Postgraduate School faculty members who demonstrate a commitment to interdisciplinary scholarship and to exceptional teaching skills. 

Read more about the awards in NPS Archive: Calhoun.

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Richard W. Hamming Teaching Awards

Hamming Teaching Award honorees are recognized at the September graduation awards ceremony. 

This award is established with resources provided by Mrs. Wanda Hamming, widow of Professor Richard W. Hamming, and sponsored by the Naval Postgraduate School Foundation.

The purpose of this award is to recognize a member of the faculty at NPS who has done an excellent job in the classroom as evidenced by the students' mastery of the course material; thesis supervision; and has contributed to NPS students' education beyond the classroom. It complements the Schieffelin Award by emphasizing excellence beyond the classroom. (NPSINST 1650.lG, 23 May 19)

2020 Rachel Sigman
2019 Lyn Whitaker
2018 Naazneen Barma
2017 Heather Gregg
2016 Ralucca Gera
2015 Aruna U. Apte
2014 Michael Freeman
2013 Ronald D. Fricker, Jr.
2012 Keenan D. Yoho
2011 Tom Murphree
2010 Rene Rendon
2009 Thomas W. Lucas
2008 Ralph (Clark) Robertson
2007 Herschel Loomis
2006 Rob Dell
2005 Gail Thomas
2004 Shu Liao
2003 John McEachen
2002 Phil Durkee
2001 John Arquilla
2000 Alice Crawford
   
Interdisciplinary Award

Hamming Interdisciplinary Award honorees are recognized at the March graduation awards ceremony. 

This award is established with resources provided by Mrs. Wanda Hamming, widow of Professor Richard W. Hamming, and sponsored by the Naval Postgraduate School Foundation.

This award recognizes innovative accomplishments that support and enhance interdisciplinary activities at NPS. Such contributions might include creative course materials in interdisciplinary courses or particularly effective mentoring of students in interdisciplinary courses or curricula. Research that advances interdisciplinary solutions to contemporary military problems and issues will enhance the nomination. (NPSINST 1650.1G, 23 May 19)

2020 Quinn Kennedy, Research Associate Professor
2019 Oleg Yakimenko, Professor
2018 James Scrofani, Associate Professor
2017 David Alderson, Associate Professor
2016 Jeffrey Appleget, Senior Lecturer 
2015 Scott Jasper, CAPT, USN (ret) 
2014 Susan M. Sanchez
2013 Timothy H. Chung
2012 Richard Christopher Olsen
2011 Ronald E. Brown
2010 James Clay Moltz
2009 Keith Snider, Jim Greene
2008 Jeff Kline
2007 Brij Agrawal
2006 Don Brutzman
2005 Alex Bordetsky
2004 Paul Stockton
2003 Ted Lewis
2002 Dave Netzer
2001 Don Gaver
2000 Chuck Calvano